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ASUS M4A77T/USB3 DRAM LED flashing light

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12 July 2010 04:42:08

My new build computer was working fine for the first 24 hours, then when I attempted to import a cd, it started to become unstable with the monitor flashing black and going all shaky. Then the monitor went black. I restarted the computer, and now I'm not getting any output to the monitor at all, and the DRAM LED light flashes continually. I have tried trying each stick of RAM separately in the A1 slot, but the DRAM LED light continually flashes. I have also tried pressing the MEMOK button, but nothing actually happens, no matter how long I hold it. I have also tried clearing CMOS, but still nothing.

Again, this is an ASUS M4A77T/USB3 Motherboard with 2 sticks of Patriot PSD32G13332 2GB of RAM.

Anyone know what else I could try to fix this, or why this is happening?

Thanks
Josh

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13 July 2010 08:38:11

UPDATE: I switched the RAM today for some Kingston 2 GB sticks that are listed in the manual, but the DRAM LED light is still flashing away. When I remove the RAM completely and start up, I get 1 long beep followed by 2 short beeps. Anyone got any ideas? Thanks
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13 July 2010 09:11:04

The beep pattern means that either the RAM is bad or not present during POST. As for the display problem, try disconnecting your cd/dvd drive(s).

Also, to continue troubleshooting, should you need to, follow the link in my signature.
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13 December 2010 12:28:05

Had a similar problem with my M4A77T turns out ist the grafix Card. Have you tried swaping it out?
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2 January 2011 06:33:23

Hey, did this problem ever get resolved, if so then how? Cos I'm in the middle of the exact same problem right now. thanks!
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8 January 2011 03:49:17

i had the same problem, i changed the videocard, but with no luck.
i found on the asus website that you have to increase the voltage of the ram and use the black banks.
with kingstone valueram 1333mhz, normaly it's 1.5v, but i used 1.56v while the max is 1.575 (kingston website)
no problems anymore!!


good luck!
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3 January 2012 19:51:21

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Hey, did this problem ever get resolved, if so then how? Cos I'm in the middle of the exact same problem right now. thanks!

Is that a way I can fix the flashing light ? :fou: 
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